Take a close look at this picture for a second. Go ahead, take a look.
You see that guy in the black suit behind Mo Williams? That's Mike Brown. He's the head coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The head coach is the guy who designs inbounds and last-second plays because he's the head coach and he's ostensibly the best at doing that.
Instead, Mike Brown is on the sidelines looking absolutely bewildered at the whole concept of inbounds plays while his assistant draws up the final play. I mean, I knew Mike Brown was not an offensive-oriented coach, but I didn't realize it was that bad.
The play failed, by the way, and the Cavs lost. Maybe Mike Brown should draw up plays after all.
(Via NBA Playbook, a brand-spanking new NBA blog focused on analyzing specific NBA plays).